Watch Rajai Davis crush the Cubs with a game-tying homer in Game 7

With two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning and the Cubs leading the Indians 6-4, it was only a matter of four outs before Chicago could celebrate its first World Series title in 108 years.

Aroldis Chapman was on the mound, and everything was set up for the Cubs.

Then with a runner on, Rajai Davis did the impossible — crushing a game-tying home run to left (see video above).

I can barely think at this moment where that ranks among the all-time greatest homers in MLB history, but it's somewhere right below Joe Carter hitting a walk-off homer to win the World Series.

HOLY BASEBALL.

The Cubs and Indians are tied at 6-6 going to the ninth inning of Game 7.